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    Default Knives?

    I've Had lots of knives, Gerbers, M-Tech, I really like Kershaws. The one i'm using right now is actually a Snap-on and i've been pretty happy with it but the lock is getting pretty tired so i'm looking into a new one and looking into spending a little coin on it. Also been kicking around the Idea of a fixed blade to wear on my belt. what blades do you guys like?

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    I have a lot of Knives as well. I'm partial to Cold Steel. They're stuff is awesome. My daily knife is the " Bushman". Great blade, cuts anything, and is tough as nails. I dropped it riding one day and it took about 3 car hits and a rig and still works like a champ. Just my 2 cents

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    I carry three knives, 1 Kershaw skyline, 1 buck 110 and a leatherman skeletool. Have TONS of knives. Several benchmade, kershaw,buck and others looking to get a few spyderco and coldsteels

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    I only carry one: CRKT Lift Off ... Great knife and has taken a lot of abuse and keeps going

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    Carry two knives a SOG Meridian & a S&W boot knife. Love them both only complaint is the SOG's clip bends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooligan80 View Post
    I only carry one: CRKT Lift Off ... Great knife and has taken a lot of abuse and keeps going
    I carry the same one every day. Best knife brand IMO. I will always buy a CRKT.

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    yep I pretty much carry a knife at all times and I like to collect them all, from good name barnds to shitty $5 ones, my go to brand is Kershaw they never fail me. But pretty much anytime Big5 has some on sale I grab one, they just had a killer deal on some "hummer" commando knives 2 for 1 deal so I grabbed those now I can say I own a hummer ha,ha but thats not really a good thing, I hate those.

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    I've got a couple Browning and S&W that I use for work that take beatings day after day and theyve held up great. My normal carry is KaBar "Becker"

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    It posted before I was done. Its a 7" carbon steel fixed blade.

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    I've got a small S&W folding knife with two blades (one smooth one serrated) that I carry every day. It has taken it's share of abuse and still works great. I also have a large Old TImer folding knife I use for hunting plus a leatherman that I'm continuously losing.

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    If youre looking to spend some money and want something good pick up a benchmade.

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    CRKT all the way. Best value for the money and very tough knives. I've carried an M16 spear point for several years and it has proven itself. My buddy carries the larger M14 tanto blade and he's pried doors open with it with no ill effects.

    BTW, Snap-on doesn't make their own knives. To the best of my knowledge Kershaw makes them. I've had a couple of Kershaws and they are good as well, but CRKT gets my vote.

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    Kershaw chive everyday, kabar when I go camp.

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    Used to carry a benchmade folder everyday, but retired it about a year ago and now it's a gerber guardian daily.

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    Got a small buck pocket knife and 4" buck folding and a Buck Kalinga fixed blade for my hunting knife. I have an assortment of homemade blades too (including one that is 11" from tip to hilt). I have a soft spot for knives... Best thing that I have found with Buck blades is they keep their edge - I cut wire and stuff with mine and I have only sharpened it 5 times in 20 years... its still sharper than my winchester blade.

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    I carry a benchmade, only because i cant fit my ontario Ranger in my pocket. Its fixed and comes in a couple different lengths, worth a look.

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    Cold steel folder tanto for rideing. A heavy 5.11 tanto for work. Crkt fix tanto on my dropleg. Two bokers, one for the boot and another in my jacket pocket. The cold steel iv had since 06 while at knb.

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    I'm an Emerson guy, myself. Here's my two favorites.




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    Benchmade are excellent quality but a bit spendy.

    What?!?! Nobody's rockin' a Kabar?

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    ive got a benchmade auto that has been abused for the last 4 years and have never had any complaints. Spendy, especially if you lose it, but I dont plan on replacing it any time soon.

    Also, the emerson knives are very nice. I love the idea of the pocket hook for tactical purposes. If you dont know what i am talking about, look it up. The blade has a small hook that catches your pocket when you draw it essentially opens automatically. TRICK SHIT

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